1910 Australian Florin - Considered Scarce - Very Good
The 1910 florin was the first Australian and the first and last King Edward VII Australian florin.
Minted in London, England, with a mintage of appx. 1,259,000. It is considered scarce in any grade.
It has a composition of 92.5% silver, 7.5% copper, a diameter of 28.5mm, and weighs 10.66 grams.
I would grade this coin as Very Good.